Lions sideline reporter Tony Ortiz was baffled by the omission of Ford, and so were others, who expressed their surprise on Twitter.
When ESPN released images of the former Tigers’ slugger Prince Fielder, the people of the Internet quickly responded with their brand of humor juxtaposing images with the naked Fielder, photoshopping him in strange scenarios and cracking jokes with meme text.
“I’m still in my prime, but I’ve got to be a little more smarter about my fitness as well as my nutrition,” Fielder says in the video.
Soccer fans can watch the United States take on Germany on their smartphones, in restaurants or a large television in downtown Detroit.
“Just get him out of the league, and I hope he and his wife don’t get any more national television interviews,” Rose said.
In the estimation of Tony Ortiz, the Lions will most likely not do what Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay have predicted they will do.
Is this ranking fair to John Loyer?
After watching the interview he did with ESPN’s Linda Cohn, I don’t know what to think anymore.
All in all, the feature provides a comprehensive look into one of the most infamous personalities in sports history.
Fielder and Kinsler are sitting on a couch watching baseball and San Francisco Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum appears and Kinsler asks if Prince would do a fantasy trade that involves “me (Kinsler) for him (Lincecum)?”